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Kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Caltonhill. N.B.-The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock forenoon and four o'clock after. noon. The second Observation, in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register Thermometer. 1824. Ther. Baro. Attach. Wind. Weather. 1 1824. Ther. Baro." • Ther.
(Attach. Wind. Weather.
AGRICULTURAL REPORT. ThE harvest commenced in the lower districts about the 18th of August, but reaping went slowly forward till the 24th, by reason of frequent showers and heavy dews, attended with mist, which seldom cleared up till toward the middle of the day. From the 24th there was little interruption to the operations of harvest, and a considerable breadth of Wheat fields was clear by the end of August. In the higber districts, little was cut down till the commencement of the present month, and two-thirds of the Corn still remain standing. Though the temperature has been unusually mild, the ripening process goes forward slowly ; and the inequality of the braird in the early parts of summer is conspicuous, by the crop ripening unevenly. In the Carse of Gowrie, and Vale of Strathearn, where the Wheat and Oats are all cut down, and for the most part secured in the barn-yard, a few solitary patches of late green Barley are still to be seen standing. In the higher parts of Fife, and in some of the Highland glens, Oats still look green, mixed with some early plants, that are totally ripe. As hitherto, there has been no hoar frost. The ears have, in general, filled well. Wheat did not this season occupy the usual breadth, but the quantity is superior, and the produce will balance the deficiency of breadth ; the major part of that valuable species of grain is now secured in good condition. Barley carries a long, well-filled ear, and though mixed with greens, promises a full return. Oats are short and thin, but remarkably well furnished. Beans and Pease are well podded. Potatoes promise a fair return, and Turnips will be more weighty than usual. Upon the whole, it may be stated with fairness, that the crop, in general, is rather above than below an ordinary average.
The favourable appearance of the crop has already produced a fall in price in the Corn Market. Wheat has come down in price of late, and Oats, since the opening of the Ports for that article, are in little demand. Old Wheat only brings from 23s. to 25s., new Wheat a shilling or two less. Oats bring from 173. to 20s. In Barley there is little doing. The price of Cattle are stationary, and Horses meet with rather brisker sales than at the summer markets.
13th Scptember 1821.
Weekly Prices of the Public Funds, from August 18, to Sept. 16, 1824.
Aug. 18. Aug 25. Sept. 1. Sept. 8. Sept. 15.
Bank Stock................. 237
235 3 cent. reduced............. 943 941 941 3 p cent. consols............ 931 935 93 3! cent. do...........
1013 | 101 4 pcent. do............
1015 1011 Ditto New do...........
1052 105] India Stock.............
287 - Bonds..........,
80 82 88
ALPHABETICAL LIST of ENGLISH BANKRUPTS, announced between the 20th
of July and the 20th of Aug. 1824: extracted from the London Gazette. Andrew, G. Manchester, merchant.
Kershaw, A. Ramsbottom, Lancashire, timber Barker, T. Medbourn, Leicestershire, corn-factor. dealer. . Batger, W. Henley-on-Thames, grocer.
Lawton, J. Rob. Cross, Saddleworth, Yorkshire, Battey, W. and E. Stafford, boot-makers.
woolstapler. Bennett, R. Woodford, Essex, blacksmith. MacGeorge, W. Lower Fore-street, Lambeth, Blackburn, T. Seacombe, Cheshire, tea gardens brewer. keeper.
Marshall, J. Black-Horse-yard, Gray's-Inn-Lane, Braddock, J. W. Portsmouth, musical instrument box-maker. seller.
Martin, J. Beccles, farmer. Brett, R. Temple-place, Blackfriars'-road, tailor. Matthews, B. Chainber-street, Goodman's-fields, Brookes, R. Oldham, Lancashire, shop-keeper.
liquor-merchant. Brown, G. Regent-street, upholsterer.
Mogford, H. Craven-street, Strand, tailor Brettargh, J. Manchester, merchant.
Moore, N. Wigan, hop and seed-dealer. Chandler, J. Sandwich,"corn-factor.
Morgan, W. Llanally, butcher. Chorley, T. Bristol, cordwainer.
Munk, W. Warwick-place, White-Cross-street, Cohen, S. Holywell-st. Shoreditch, linen-draper.
dealer in spruce. Cragg, J. Salmsbury, Lancashire, cotton-spinner. Nichols, F. Otley, Yorkshire, com-merchant. Devey, W. Holland-street, Blackfriars' road, coal. Noyce, F. T. Richmond, shoe-maker. merchant.
Phelps, G. R. Martin's-lane, Cannon-street, veluiDewe, B. T. Lechlade, Gloucestershire, mercer binder. and draper.
Pickthull, W. Broughton-in-the-Furness, LancoDubois, C. King-street, Covent Garden, auctioneer. shire, cabinet-maker. Errington, G. & C. D. Nicholls, Croydon, dealers. Place, R. Mountsorrell, victualler. Evans, H. Lower East Smithfield, oil-inerchant. Powell, L. Dover, miller. Fawcett, R. and J. Atkinson, Albion-place, Bar Powell, T. Forrest-wharf, Earl-street, Blackfriars, tholomew Close, colour-men.
corn-factor. Grunshaw, G. Blackburn, grocer.
Price, W. late of Fetter-lane, optician. Hair, J. Scotswood, Northumberland, coal-tar Pulley, H. Bedford, draper. manufacturer
Ranson, J. Sunderland, currier, Haskew, J. Cock-hill, Stepney, tobacco-manufac. Rees, J. Carmarthen, draper. turer.
Smith, M. Cockermouth, mercer. Hilton, W. Brixton-hill, stage-coach master.
Taylor, T. Shad Thames, flour-factor. Harding, R. Bristol, timber-merchant.
Trím, A. Davenham, Cheshire, currier. Hunt, G. Leicester-square, linen-draper.
Tute, B. N. Wakefield, bookseller. Johnson, J. and J. Davies, Ferry-wharf, Vauxhall, Wake, W. J. and T. M. Southwick, Durham,
coal-merchants.. Kentish, N. L St. Michael, near Winchester, Wightwick, J. W. Greenharamerton, Yorkshire, dealer and chapman,
Warship builders Groenhammerton,
ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES and DividENDS, announced
August 1824 ; extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.
Leith; by the trustee there. Ewart, John, cabinet-maker and upholsterer in Dryden, Wilham, skinner in Jedburgh; by James Edinburgh.
Hilson & Son, manufacturers there. Gillespie, John, & Co. manufacturers in Glasgow. Hay, Willam, late merchant in Perth ; by James Marr, Robert, & Son, merchants in Leith.
Russel, merchant in Kirkaldy. Orr & Co. masons and builders in Glasgow, and Rodger, James, jun. merchant in Greenock; by J. Fenton & Co. quarriers at Govan colliery.
M'Givin, accountant in Glasgow. Stevenson, Simon, haberdasher in Edinburgh. Scott & Macbean, merchants in Inverness; by John DIVIDENDS.
Ross, the trustee there. Caw, James, sometime merchant in Perth; by Steel, William, merchant in Glasgow; by John Robert Peddie, Town-Clerk there.
Fraser, merchant there.
DR. IRVINE OF LITTLE DUNKELD. The death of Dr Irvine has excited a profound eharge of pastoral duty, and the most delightful and universal feeling of regret throughout the interchange of cordiality and good deeds. His whole circle of his acquaintances and friends. In professional acquirements were of a very respect the religious world he was well known as the au able order. It was a maxim of his, that every thor of several valuable pamphlets on the state of man should unceasingly labour to become an religion in the Highlands, and on the ecclesiastical adept in his particular profession-and, in practice, law of Scotland, and as the warm friend and sup he completely verified his maxim, being intimateporter, with his purse and pen, of every philanthro ly acquainted with the history of the Church, pic institution. In the literary worla, also, he and of the various sects, schisms, and tenets, that was held in high estimation as an able and pro prevailed within its pale, in ancient and modern found Celtic and Oriental scholar; and there can times, and being, both in his sermons and conbe no doubt that the cause of Gaelic literature, in versations, a firm advocate of the enlightened particular, has sustained a most important loss by and evangelical views of divine truth, which he his death. He was one of the persons nominated had derived from a careful and critical study of the by the Highland Society of Edinburgh to compile original scriptures. It was, however, in the dis. their Celtic Dictionary, and he is understood to charge of the practical duties of his profession that have executed his part of the task, which was his exertions were most unwearied, and that his fortunately completed a short time before his de character most eminently shone. His week-day cease, with uncommon ability and success. The attentions to his flock were unremitting; and the late Dr Stewart of Edinburgh mentions him, in poorest of his parishioners will bear testimony to the preface to his Gaelic grammar, as one of the the open frankness and unaffected kindness of friends to whom he was principally indebted in manner, which always made his advice doubly the composition of that excellent work; and his acceptable, and which led his parishioners to be name is on the records of the Highland Society of lieve that he took a personal rather than a proLondon, as the donor of a large body of Celtic fessional interest in their welfare. MS. poetry, which he is known to have collected It is gratifying to have it to record, as a proof from oral recitation in different parts of the High of the regard with which the recollection of his lands and Isles, and which, we understand, is con character is cherished in that part of the country sidered, by the most competent judges, to be the where he was best known, that the inhabitants of most invaluable repository now in existence of a the parish of Little Dunkeld are now busy in floating literature, that, but for him, must have raising a voluntary subscription for the erection been for ever lost to the public.
of an appropriate monument to his memory; and The loss of Dr. Irvine, however, will be longest that the members of a Highland Society, com and most deeply felt by his parishioners and per posed of persons from all the adjoining parishes, sonal friends. To the latter he was endeared by have only been prevented from contributing for a warm generosity of temper, and an unaffected a similar purpose, from a conviction, that those kindness of manners, that are but rarely combin who enjoyed the privilege of sitting under his at, to an equal extent, in the same individual; ministry have the best title to take the lead in and to the former by the most conscientious dis paying the last marks of respect to his memory.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.
BIRTHS. 1824. Feb. 4. At Negapatam, the Lady of Alex ander Fairlie Bruce, Esq. civil service, a son.
March 3. At Bellary, Madras, the Lady of Lieu. tenant-Colonel Campbell, 46th regiment, a son.
April 7. At the Retreat, near Aurungabad, the Lady of D. S. Young, Madras medical establishment, and Surgeon to his Highness the Nizam's cavalry brigade, a daughter.
21. Át the Cape of Good Hope, the Lady of Lord Charles Somerset, a daughter.
May 5. At Sympheropole, Sultana Katte Ghery Krim Ghery, a daughter.
9. At Buenos Ayres, the Lady of Woodbine Parish, Esq. his Majesty's Consul-General, a son.
June 29. At Government House, Montreal, Ca. nada, the Lady of Lieut.-Colonel M Grigor, 70th regiment, a daughter.
July 23. At Bourn Hall, Cambridgeshire, the Countess Delawarr, a daughter.
27. At Baberton House, the Lady of Archibald Christie, Esq. of Baberton, a son.
- At Annan, the Lady of Robert Dickson, Esq. a son.
99. At Chelsea, Middlesex, the Lady of A. F. Ramsay, Esq. late of the Bengal medical establishment, a son.
30. At Dalkeith, Mrs D. Morison, a daughter.
Aug. 1. The Lady of Major Johnston, 99th re-
5. At Teawig, the Lady of Dr Chisholm, late royal regiment of artillery, a son.
Aug. 6. At the British Hotel, Edinburgh, the est daughter of the late Lleut-Colonel William Lady of Thomas C. Hagart, Esq. a daughter. Sherrift, Madras cavalry.
The Lady of David Nisbett, Esq. Lower Aug. 9. At Ayr, W. A. Smith, Esq. Adjutant Ist Mall, Hammersmith, a son.
Ayrshire yeomanry cavalry, to Miss George EN8. At Duncan-Street, Drummond Place, Edin- zabeth Crawford of Doonside. burgh, Mrs Wiliam Maxwell Little, a son.
- At Southfield Cottage, Mr William Phipps, - At Dundee, the Lady of John Sandwith, Esq. Cramond, to Clementina, second daughter of the of Bombay, of twin daughters
late Alexander Dick, Esq. accountant, Edinburgh. 9. At Castle Fraser, Mrs Fraser, a daughter.
11. At London, Captain Sanderson, Bengal ca. 10. In Melville-Street, Edinburgh, the Lady of valry, to Elizabeth Oswald, eldest daughter of James Edmund Leslie, Esq. a son.
Alexander Anderson, Esq. Chapel-Street, Grosve - At Bonjedward House, Mrs Jerdon, a daugh- nor Square. ter.
13. At Inverness, D. Campbell, Esq. surgeon, - At Ely Place, London, Mrs Tweedie, a son. to Alexanderina Forbes, third daughter of the late
14. At London-Street, Euinburgh, Mrs Thomas Captain John Forbes. Grahame, a son.
16. At Crauford, the Hon. George Charles - At Swithland Rectory, the Right Hon. Lady Grantley Fitzhardinge Berkeley, sixth son of the Harriet Erskine, a daughter.
late Earl of Berkeley, to Caroline Martha, second 20. At Putney-Heath, the Lady of the Hon. daughter of the late Paul Benfield, Esq. Thomas Erskine, a daughter.
At Edinburgh, Peter Hül, jun. Esq. to Ann, 24. At Heriot-Row, Edinburgh, Mrs Dalyell, of only daughter of Daniel Macdowall, Esq. of si Lingo, a son.
Vincent Lately. At North Aston, Oxfordshire, Viscoun. - At Branxton, George Rennie, Esq. East tess Chetwynd, a daughter.
Craig, to Isabella, only daughter of the late John - At the seat of the Earl of Winchelsea, the Turnbull, Esq. of Branxton. Lady of Captain Drummond, Coldstream Guards, 17. At Glasgow, Alex. Stevenson, Esg. W. S. a daughter.
to Catherine, second daughter of Andrew White, - A few days since, a woman was safely deli Esq. Charlotte-Street. vered at Manister, county of Limerick, of two
At manse of Meldrum, the Rev. William sons and two daughters, who, with the mother, Grant, minister of Duthil, to Mary, youngest are alive, and doing well.
daughter of the late Dr Garioch.
At Invergordon, the Rev. David Fraser, miMARRIAGES.
nister of Dores, to Miss Catharine Stormonth, 1824. Feb. 24. At Bombay, Captain Frederick third daughter of the late Rev. James Stormonth, Roome, superintendent of cadets, to Miss Evan minister of Airly. der Morison.
- At Londoa, the Earl of Kinnoul, to Louisa, July 16. At Balranald, the Rev. Finlay M.Rae, second daughter of Admiral Sir Charles and Lady minister of North Usit, to Isabella Maria, young- Rowley. est daughter of Colonel Macdonald of Lyndale. - At Haddington, the Rev. Benjamin Laing,
19. At Edinburgh, by the Rev. James Hender Arbroath, to Georgina, sixth daughter of the Rev. son, according to the forms of the Presbyterian Mr Chalmers, Haddington. Church, and, on the 17th current, by the Right 19. At Dumfries, John Clark, Physician to the Rev. Bishop Sandford, according to the forms of forces at Albany barracks, Isle of Wight, to Mary, the English Church, Sir Alexander Don, of New- daughter of John Gilchrist, M.D. ton Don, Bart. Representative in Parliament for - At Glentyan, the Rev. Henry John Ingilby, the courty of Roxburgh, to Grace Jane, eldest Rector of West Keal, Lincolnshire, to Elizabeth, daughter of John Stein, Esq. Heriot Row.
second daughter of the late Day Hort M.Dowall, 20. At St Paul's Chapel, Edinburgh, Samuel Esq. of Walkingshaw, Beazley, Esq. to Miss E. F. Conway.
20. At Edinburgh, 'Jacob Keyser, Esq. Profes. 27. At Kensington Church, the Lord Bishop of sor of Chemistry and Natural Philosophy in the Jamaica, to Miss Pope, daughter of the late E. University of Christiana, Norway, to Miss Maria Pope, Esq.
Frances Frederici, daughter of the late Francis 28. At Irvine, James Johnston, Esq. town-clerk Frederici, Esq. some time governor of Surinam. of Irvine, to Jean, second daughter of the late 21. At manse of Forglen, James Morrison, Esg. James Crichton, Esq. banker there.
Haughs, to Johnston, eldest daughter of the Rev. - At Inverkeithing, Lieut. Robert Cock, R. N. L Moyes, minister of Forglen. to Elizabeth Greig Currie, eldest daughter of Wil 23. At Glasgow, Mr William Motherwell, mer. liam Currie, Esq. of Swintonsbeath.
chant, to Ann Nicol, third daughter of Robert 30. At Belhaven Park, Ellis Dudgeon, Esq. to Nicol, Esq. Hutchesontown. Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late George - At Westfield, Kingston, John Macalpine, Johnston, Esq.
Esq. surgeon, to Ellen, daughter of the late John - At Woodside, Harvey Strong, Esq. American Webster, Esq. Stone O'Morphy, Kincardineshire. Consul, to Janet, eldest daughter of Colin Gilles 25. At the manse of Panbride, the Rev. Wm. pie, Esq.
Robertson of Carmylie, to Dorothea, daughter of 31. Ai Gibraltar, Major John Marshall, Military the Rev. David Trail, Panbride. Secretary to his Excellency General the Earl of At St Martin's in the fields, London, George Chatham, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Wm. Rennie, Esq. junior, of Phantassie, East Lothian, Tove, Esq. Judge of his Majesty's Court of Civil to Jane, eldest daughter of the late John Rennie, Pleas in that garrison.
Esq. Aug. 2. At Dundee, the Rev. G. D. Mudie, of Lately. At 5, Kier-Street, Edinburgh, Mr WilRochford, Essex, to Miss Wedderburn Ainslie, liam Crawford, merchant, Montrose, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr Ainslie of Dundee.
daughter of the late Mr James Aikman, jun. dis- At Kilmarnock, Williarn Orr, Esq. to Anne, tiller, House of Muir. youngest daughter of the late Alexander Fowlds,
DEATHS. | 3. At Dalyell Lodge, Fifeshire, Robert Lindsay, Esq. second son of the Hon. Robert Lindsay of 1824. Jan. At Bangalore, Lieutenant Patrick Balcarres, to Frances, daughter of Sir Robert Ritchie, of the Hon. East India Company's MiliHenderson of Straiton, Bart.
tary Service, second son of Alexander Ritchie, - At Musselburgh, Edward, son of James John- Esq. town-clerk of Brechin. ston, Esq. of Clifton, Gloucestershire, to Sarah, Feb. 15. At Bellavy, East Indies, of cholera, eldest daughter of James Porteous, Esq. Mussel- Captain James Weir, 7th Madras light infantry. burgh.
19. At Kaira, Bombay, Robert 1od, M.D. Sur. At Portobello, David Watson, Esq. writer in geon 4th light dragoons. Edinburgh, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of May 22. On board the ship Charlotte, off the the late Francis Beaumont, Esq. Knockhouse, Cape of Good Hope, Mr William Campbell Farnear Dunfermline.
quharson, second son of the late Dr William Far4. At Kirkbyhill Church, near Boroughbridge, quharson, physician in Edinburgh. James Mellor Brown, Esq. formerly of Gatton June 19. Ai Madeira, in consequence of a fall side, Roxburghshire, to Mary, eldest daughter of from his horse, Ensign Robert Hamilton FotherMr Jacob Smith, of Givendale Grange.
ingham, of the Bengal infantry, aged 19, oniy son 6. At Edinburgh, Captain Thomas Paterson, of of the late Major J. Fotheringham, of the Madras his Majesty's 63d regiment, to Mary Ann, young engineers.
second daughest Keal, Lincolnsonry John Ingilbe
of July 28. At Edinburgh, Susan, youngest daugh:
June 27. At George Town, in the district of Columbia, North America, Thomas Wilson, Esq. of Dullatur, advocate.
29. At Frenich, parish of Aberfoyle, Alexander Graham, Esq. of Stronemachair, aged 101 years.
July 1. In Duke-Street, St James's, London, Major-General Lachlan Macquarie, in the sixtythird year of his age. His conduct from earliest youth was marked by a most amiable disposition, a high sense of honour, and animated zeal for his profession. He entered the army at the age of fifteen, and served his King and country for forty-seven years, in all parts of the world, with great credit. His many excellent qualities endeared him to an extensive circle of friends, in all classes of society, and it may be truly said, that no man ever possessed in a higher degree the respect and esteem of his superiors, interiors, and equals.
8. At Harrowgate, in the 19th year of her age, Eliza, youngest daughter of the late Benjamin Outram, Esq. of Butterly Hall.
11. At sea, on board the ship Helen from Trini. dad, whither he had gone for the recovery of his health, Mr James Hunter Bogle, second son of the late Allan Bogle, Esq. Glasgow.
20. At his house in Bridgend, Perth, Patrick Richardson, Esq. of Flatfield, sometime one of the Magistrates of Perth.
- At Banft, Miss Gordon, Logie, aged 70. 22. At Portobello, Mr William Dalmahoy.
- At Glasgow, in the 69th year of his age, William Pattison, Esq. late merchant.
- At Balmuto, the Hon. Claud Irvine Boswell, Lord Balmuto.
- Suddenly, in his carriage, at Great Canford, near Poole, Thomas Macnamara Russell, Esq. Admiral of the White.
23. At Edinburgh, Mr James Murray, late combmaker, High-Street.
- At Bristol, Mr Stewart Cruickshank, son of the late Rev. Alexander Cruickshank, minister Mearns.
24. At Stevenson Mains, Mrs Elizabeth West, spouse of William Bogus, Esq. of Kirkland.
- At Leith, Mr Alexander Smith, merchant, aged 52.
25. At Halyburton, Berwickshire, after a few days illness, Mr John Fairbairn, long tenant there, and author of " a Treatise on Sheep-farming, by a Lammermuir Farmer."
26. At Paris, Charles Smith, son of Patrick Chiene, Esq. late or Pluaug.
- At Marseilles, Charles Rowatt of Kilkevan, Εεη.
- At Mary's Place, Stockbridge, Edinburgh, Mrs Susan Sangster, wife of Mr John Parker, S.S.C.
- At Edinburgh, the Rev. Robert Doig, one of the ministers of the parish of St. Nicholas, Aberdeen, in the 56th year of his age, and the 31th of his ministry.
37. At Corey Park, near Stirling, Wm. Drummond, sen. nurseryman, aged 63. . - At Ashmore, Robert Gordon, Esq. of Ashmore, younger of Invernettie.
- At Edinburgh, the Hon. Miss Bethia Hamilton.
- At marse of Wamphray, the Rev. Mr Joseph Kirkpatrick, minister of that parish, in the 75th year of his age, and 47th of his ministry.
- At South Welliagton Place, Glasgow, Henry Thomson, Esq.
28. At Dun House, Miss Erskine of Dun. By her death the country has lost one of its warmest and stendiest friends, the neighbourhood a most excellent member of society, and her relations one of their number whose heart ever glowed with the most sincere affection and truest friend. ship. Her domestics and dependents have lost in her a kind and benevolent lady, who had much enjoyment in seeing them all comfortable and happy. The poor never applied to her without obtaining relief; nor did they even need to apply to her, for she herself sought out the distressed, the widow, and fatherless, and, without ostentation, delighted in alleviating their miseries as far as she could. She bore a long and severe illness with much Christian fortitude and resignation, and beheld the approach of death with compoture and peace, supported by the blessed hope of life and immortality beyond death and the grave.
- At Monmouth, John Charles Colins, M. D. of Swansea,
July 28. At Edinburgh, Susan, youngest daughter of the late Major Hamilton Maxwell, of Ard. well.
- At Glasgow, Ann Campbell, wife of Mr Co. lin Campbell, merchant there.
29. At her house, in Carrubber's Close, Edinburgh, Agnes Deborah Campbell, aged 81, spouse of the late James Miller, preacher of the gospel.
At her house, Hope-Street, Edinburgh, Miss Blair.
30. At London, Mr William Sharrp, the greatest engraver this country (perhaps Europe) has ever produced. He died as he lived, a believer in the divine commission and miraculous conception of the late Joanna Southcote.
- At Kilconquhar, Fife, Mrs Magdaline Lizars, wife of Mr John Brewster, printer, il, Society, Edinburgh. 31. At Elgin, Robert Joss, Esq.
- At Glasgow, Mr John Wilson, merchant, in the 80th year of his age.
- At Alloa, Mrs Janet Paterson, wife of Me Robert Barton, merchant.
- At the manse of Little Dunkeld, in the 52d year of his age, the Rey. Dr Alexander Irvine, minister of that parish.
- At his house, Park-Street, Edinburgh, John Brown, Esq.
Aug. 1. In Manchester, where he was much respected, Alexander Livingston, a native of Haddington, at the advanced age of 98 years. In the early part of life he served twenty-seven years in the Scots Greys, during the German war, He had two horses shot under him at the memorable battle of Minden; he was severely wounded at the battle of Lefelle, where that distinguished corps suffered very much. He was a pensioner of Chelsea Hospital nearly fifty years. He retained his faculties till within a few minutes of his death; and a few days prior to his dissolution he related with enthusiasm the earliest achievements of his active life. He was buried at St John's Church with military honours, by order of Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Thomas Pate Hankin, commanding the Scots Greys, who are now stationed in Manchester barracks. This gentleman heard of the death of the old soldier, and with the true feeling of a military man, gave immediate direc. tions for his interment to be sanctioned by the attendance of a suitable guard, the regimental band of music, who played solemn dirges, a horse properly caparisoned, and military mourners, consisting of a Captain, a subaltern, three serjeants, two corporals, and forty privates. The friends of the deceased were the chief mourners, and three vollies were fired over the old man's grave.
- As Scotscraig House, William Dalgleish, Esq. of Scotscraig.
- At manse of Irongray, Mrs Anne Campbell, wife of the Rev. Dr Dow, minister of Irongray.
- At Burnhouse, Joseph Calder, Esq.
- At Burntisland, Mr Andrew Hutchison, town clerk.
2. At Godstone, Surrey, on his way to Worthing for the recovery of his health, in the 29th year of his age, the Rev. Alexander Waugh, A.M. Minister of the Scots church, Miles's Lane, and son of the Rev. Dr Waugh, minister of the Scots church, Well-Street.
- At her house in Gilmore-Street, Edinburgh, Mrs Isabella Telfer, widow of Alexander Telfer, Esq. of Luscar.
3. Suddenly, at his house, River Bank, forty miles up the Mohawk river, North America, Mr James Archibald, farmer: late of the Little Cumbray, by the Isle of Bute: much respected.
At East Mill, near Brechin, Patrick Wilson, Esq. in the 430 year of his age.
- At Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire, Mr Thomas Kirkland, an eminent surgeon of that town. He was a son of Dr Kirkland, late a celebrated physician of the same place, upon whose evidence Earl Ferrers suffered death at Tyburn as a common felon, for shooting his steward.
4. At Cheltenham, Thos. Jameson, M.D. aged 71, where he had been a resident physician twentytwo years.
- At Orrard, Mrs Richardson, lady of the late James Richardson, Esq. of Pitfour Castle, much and justly regretted. She bore her distress with great magnanimity and Christian fortitude; and to all who knew her private life she has left an example how to live and how to die. To clothe